My latest Channel9 series has just been released – a re-make of the popular Windows Phone 7 series. Over 11 hours demonstrating how to build two store-worthy apps.
Just released the latest in my Architecture “series of series”: Architecting the Persistence Layer with the Repository and Unit of Work Patterns.
Ah yes, the funny things people write … when they don’t hate you …
The way you use your gray time could spell success when you’re trying to build a career based on knowledge.
You can’t possibly stay on top of it all, but you could do a better job than you’re doing now. Here’s how I turned around my frustration at being the “last to know”.
My new Windows 8 series and some early predictions for Windows Blue.
The new Applied Architecture – Architecting the Domain Layer series will help you apply what you learned in the Application Architecture Fundamentals series and help you architect and build high quality applications.
Getting started with software development late in life poses some unique challenges around scheduling your work in light of your existing schedule, however you have some distinct advantages as well. Still, you may have concerns about getting a job after you’ve invested time in learning software development. This article is for you.
Jack from Australia writes: “I am only 19 years old, but have been tinkering and playing with computers for years … I am extremely keen to make a career out of this and take my learning experience to the next level, but I have no idea whatsoever as to where to start … What kind of course should I be looking for? How do I know what course is going to benefit me? What kind of qualifications would an employer like to see?”
Introducing a new series, Application Architecture Fundamentals, that seeks to consolidate and distill the best from many authors and sources regarding principles, patterns and practices that help to mitigate the impact of change on larger enterprise scale software development projects throughout their lifetime.